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entertainment. in the past four decades have the media been objective or doom and gloom. america remembers oklahoma that dark moment in our nation's past gave some in the media a chance to compare tim mcveigh's evil deed to tea party protesters. should there be outrage? concerns over iran's nuclear threat grows. memo from defense secretary makes headlines. are the media missing the mark? with suspended anchors and internal strive is msnbc in trouble? on the panel in week writer and contributor judy miller. cal thomas. jim pinkerton and kirsten powers. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> the president: as i said on this stage two years ago, i believe in the power of the free market. i=> that's how the president began his address to wall street's titans telling them increased government oversight will b
the president. look, free speech is supposed to be alive and well in the united states of america, condemning violence-- >> it is. >> condemning vandalism we all do, but to say that sarah palin and the tea party movement is responsible for vandalism or threats is just a way to dismiss the american people and just dissatisfaction with the health care bill. >> so, jim, i'm going to turn to you first. seems that the mainstream media has been on a rampage the past week to tie sarah palin and tea partiers to violence, do you agree? >> i do agree and i don't think it's an accurate assessment of either palin or who's driving the opposition to the health care bill. the cbs poll must have killed them to release this showed by 34-53, the american people support-- oppose-- so 34% support. 53% oppose. usa today and gallop, americans think the democrats are to blame for the divisive discussion, the democrats usa today and gallop so that's three major polling operations all showing that the majority is with palin and against matt lauer, et al. >> kelly: at the same time at a dnc fund raising, the tea party
disaster. almost a hundred people a day in america die from car accidents. almost 200 people a day die from medical errors and you know, those are big stories and there's every ten years somebody writes a pulitzer prize winning book about some catastrophe there. but i mean, elliss has a point in terms there's a hook that lends itself to coverage like this mine disaster. >> and a-- there's 18 political talking heads die dramatically every few years. >> in an airplane. >> believe me we'd have focusing on jet safety. >> and airplane safety if they all went down on a plane, but when you go down in a mine, despite the fact that blankenship, the head of this camera, rips the camera out of the hands of an abc reporter and says, don't tack anymore pictures or you'll get shot, and everybody says ho-hum, there massey goes again. there's something wrong. >> judy, are you for the mountain top blowing off. >> i'm not for strip mining or this kind of mining, i'm for a company obeying the law and poor safety records-- why is that so tough. >> what should we do aboenergy. >> we can't have safe energy. >> s
or coal mine disaster. almost 100 people a day in america die from car accidents. almost 200 people a day die from medical errors. those are big stories. every 10 years somebody writes a book about some catastrophe there. ellis has a point in terms of there's a hook that lends itself to this. >> there's a class piece as well. 18 political talking heads die dramatically every two years we would have -- [ talking over each other ] >> when you go down in a mine, despite the fact that blackenship, the head of this company rips a camera out of the hands of an abc reporter and says, don't take any more pictures or you will get shot and everybody says ho-hum there massey goes again. >> are you for the mountaintop blowing off as opposed to deep mining? >> i'm for a company obeying the law and responding to citations for violation, poor safety records. why is that so tough? >> what should we do about energy? >> we can't have safe energy? >> some things are inherently dangerous or polluting one of the two. >> they can be less dangerous if companies obey the law. >> getting between these two now. >>
republican, more skrf, older and more suburban than america and that shouldn't be a surprise to anybody. >> there goes ellis playing the same line that kelly o'donnell on nbc went up to an african-american tea partier by the nameç of darryl postel and said you are black, what are you doing here at this rally? don't you feel uncomfortable? and darryl gave the best answer he could give he said i'm among my fellow americans, period. and that just shows that again the difference between the way the liberals are trying to paint this group and the way they are. hats off to video. >> still not science. i think the poll shows that >> it seems like the mainstream media continuesç to try to paint tea party support earth as racists and obama-haters. >> i think that has been the image. it was the image for a long time and still in part of the media. research study center poll that showed 61 stories with all the major networks ran on the tea parties in one year versus twice that amount for the million man march in 1995. they missed it. >> after cbs ran those informational billboardsç about inc
, older and more suburban than america and that shouldn't be a surprise. >> there goes ellis, playing the same line that kelly o'donnell at nbc went up to a african-american tea partyer by the name of daryl postal or postal and said you're black what, are you doing here? don't you feel uncomfortable? he gave the best answer, i'm among my fellow americans, period. in a just shows that the difference between the way the liberals are painting this group and the way they are. hat's off to aye blast tv for the avoid. >> anecdote is not science and polls show that. >> it seems like the mainstream media continue to paint tea partiers as racist and obama haters. >> that has been the image. it was the image for a long time and is still the image in part of the media but the media research study center poll that showed that -- i think it was 61 stories was all the major networks ran on the tea parties in one year versus -- what was it? twice for the million man marjah march in 1995, they miss this had story. >> after cbs ran those informational billboards about income and education on tea party
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